I couldn't find his grave within section 30 so I obtained a map from the office to pinpoint range 17. His grave appears to be unmarked. Sorry!
Good day to you. I was at Calvary Cemetery today searching for a grave when I came across a marker with the name Karamol. I didn't know the first name of the photo request so I snapped a photo of this grave. There weren't memorials set up for these two people so I created them. I don't know if they are related to your Wladyslawa Karamol that you requested a photo of. Their names are Ignacy and Franciszka Karamol, if you'd like to look at the gravestone. It was not in Wladyslawa's section either.
|Cleta Shirley||RE: Thank you|
you are quite welcome!
Good to connect with you Suzanne :-) Did you receive the obits (below)? I'd like to have a scanned copy please.
My mother sells plots and takes care of the De Soto Cemetery records. She has a copy of Elias and Alice's obits, if you would like a copy she can get you one.
Unfortunately, after we noticed that you requested a picture we went back in the records we have and there are no stones for them. The De Soto Cemetery records were buried in the 30's, so the records of where people where buried before then were lost to us.
There is a Laura Adaline Branick with a stone in our cemetery, but she was born 1865 and died 1870. Which doens't fit the timeline of Elias or Alice being in De Soto.
Please contact us if you want what information we have.
or Kathy Ross (mother)
Added by Lori on May 30, 2011 9:01 PM
|coco||August A Hintz|
Thank you Suzanne for the pictures.
Added by coco on Feb 01, 2011 2:40 PM
|Terry Hall||Ford S. Hawkins Headstone Photo|
to Suzanne Peterson:
Thank you very very much for fulfilling my photo request for a photo of Ford Hawkins headstone.
|Patrick Rose||John Boes (Bohs) head stone photo|
Many thanks for the photo of the John Boes (Bohs) head stone. It was to my surprise that the burial site was listed as Boes while the head stone said Bohs. Turns out that the family knew that there was some change in the surname to make pronouncing easier. But nobody knew the original surname. Voila! Turns out that his descendants used Boes, while old John continued to use Bohs for official stuff, like his military enlistment and a passport application.
Mystery solved. You've been a big help. Thanks,
|David Fisher||Charles Streamer's marker|
Thank you for taking the picture of Charles Streamers marker. He was my mothers favorite uncle and she knew that he was buried in Long Beach Veteran cemetery. I never could find him for a long time because he was listed by the VA as Straamer. I will show her his marker next time I visit her.
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